Stephen Beard | Jul 31, 2007
Bacardi is the latest booze maker to pour out millions in cash to step up production of Scotch whiskey as the spirit enjoys rising popularity among the fast-growing middle classes in emerging markets. Stephen Beard reports.
Dan Grech | Jul 31, 2007
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez calls it "oil socialism:" upping taxes on foreign oil companies and forcing them out of the country if they resist. His strategy has alienated international investors, but he's got a bundle of cash, Dan Grech reports.
Amy Scott | Jul 30, 2007
American Home Mortgage was the latest victim of a smarting subprime mortgage market. And as Amy Scott reports, the company doesn't even make subprime loans.
Lisa Napoli | Jul 30, 2007
The FCC will soon announce the rules behind its auction of the broadcast spectrum. Lisa Napoli reports that the way the auction goes could have a big impact on the U.S. mobile industry.
Steve Henn | Jul 30, 2007
A panel at the Food and Drug Administration voted not to pull diabetes drug Avandia from the U.S. market, despite a highly-publicized study linking the drug to an increased risk of heart attacks. Steve Henn reports.
Kai Ryssdal | Jul 30, 2007
The FDA may have banned the import of Chinese shrimp, but it still doesn't help the rapidly declining American shrimping industry. Kai Ryssdal talks to Bob Jones, the executive director of the Southeastern Fisheries Association.
Jeremy Hobson | Jul 30, 2007
Adobe's partnership with FedEx Kinko's will allow users to send their documents directly to FedEx Kinko's for printing and delivery. Some in the printing industry are worried about the deal. Jeremy Hobson reports.
| Jul 30, 2007
H-1B visas used to be a way for immigrants to secure green cards. But these days, many foreign workers obtain the U.S. work permit with no intention to stay. Aswini Anburajan reports.
| Jul 30, 2007
In the work place, standing out can often take you far. But commentator Richard Conniff says that it's safer and more effective to stand together with your colleagues.